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CBD Melbourne: Taylor bids farewell to the ranch

This was published 11 months agoEnergy Minister Angus Taylor’s long – and sometimes politically painful – involvement with rural industry has come to an end. The Liberal MP has sold his holdings in Growth Farms Australia, the $400 million agricultural fund manager he founded with his brother two decades ago.Growth Farms Australia is in the…

One in five Australian five-year-olds at risk of falling behind in school

This was published 11 months agoMore than one in five Australian children are “developmentally vulnerable” by age five, meaning they are at greater risk of falling behind their classmates at school, a new study shows.Universal monitoring of preschoolers’ health and educational development would help early childhood educators detect the warning signs and intervene before children…

Someone’s not playing by the book

This was published 11 months agoMalcolm Turnbull’s newly-released memoir The Bigger Picture gained some further publicity on Sunday courtesy of revelations that Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s senior advisor Nico Louw had leaked a copy of the book to almost 60 of his mates.Between Thursday and Monday afternoon, Turnbull had more mentions in press clippings (1717)…

When it comes to healthy eating, we need the nanny state

This was published 5 months agoOpinionBy Michael MooreOctober 1, 2020 — 12.00amMaking a healthy choice on food is pretty difficult when the ingredients are unclear. In New York City there is now a requirement for restaurants to label excessively salty foods. With non-communicable diseases now topping our health challenges and unhealthy diet being a key…

Auschwitz: The final witness

This was published 10 months agoOf all the jobs that Jewish slave labourers had to perform at the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in Poland, none perhaps was more despised than that of Sonderkommando — a member of the “special unit” that instructed men, women and children to undress for the gas chambers, and dragged their bodies…